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Haverford Township Adult School - General Policies 

COURSE CANCELLATIONS: Haverford Township Adult School reserves the right to cancel classes based on low
enrollment, instructor non-availability or related reasons. Notification of cancellations will be made by phone or e-mail.

REFUNDS: Refunds will be given by check only in the event of a cancelled class. If you are not satisfied
with your course after the first class has met or if you WITHDRAW because of illness, personal
emergencies, moving or any other event beyond our control, you will be issued aWEB CREDIT for a maximum
of 50% of the tuition fee. To qualify, you must notify HTAS office in writing. If you notify the office
of WITHDRAWAL at least three (3) days prior to the first class, you will qualify for a web credit for
your full tuition.

TRANSFERS: You may transfer from one class to another if space is available by paying a $5 fee for each transfer.

SINGLE SESSION ADMISSION: You can buy a "Try a Class" ticket for any unfilled course of four sessions or more
the night of the first class for a $10 (ten dollar) fee. This fee will be credited toward your tuition if you stay for the term.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Students in grades 9-12 must have parent signature when registering (included on the
mail-in registration form).

SMOKING: Smoking is prohibited on school properties.

ACCESSIBILITY:  The Senior High is accessible to persons with disabilities. Please call Adult School
office at least one week before classes begin if you need any special arrangements.

65+ (Formally: GA or Golden Agers)
Only Haverford Township residents 65 and over are entitled to a 65+ discount on courses indicated in description prices.65+ class prices are not available for online registration, please
register in person or by mail, providing birth date and proof of residency.

Haverford Township Adult School is an independent, non-profit organization and is not affiliated with
The Haverford School District. Course fees and donations provide our sole source of income to cover faculty
compensation, facility charges, production and mailing of brochures, and all other operating expenses.

The HTAS admits students without regard to race, color, religious creed, or national origin and operates in a totally nondiscriminatory manner.
HTAS is not responsible for the views, opinions, recommendations or statements (collectively, “statements”) of its instructors. All such statements expressed by
HTAS instructors are personal and do not represent or reflect those of HTAS, its directors, administrators or staff.
While HTAS makes every effort to maintain the integrity and quality of its classes, HTAS does not take the responsibility for any class content.
HTAS instructors may not solicit business from the students. Any business relationship between an instructor and student is purely voluntary on the part of the student
and is undertaken at the student’s own risk. HTAS does not endorse or support such relationships and is not in any way responsible for their success or failure.
Students of HTAS take all courses at their own risk and agree to waive and release HTAS and its directors, administrators and staff from any and all claims of any kind
or nature. Any student enrolling in a course involving physical activity represents that he or she is physically capable of taking such class and does so at their own risk.

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